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  • 1. Invitation to our live WebcastMonday, December 10, 2012at 5:00 PM CETDates Risk & Performance -Please register by clicking here. No Longer aContact Compromise!PricewaterhouseCoopers AGJürgen Müller Dear Sir or MadamAvenue C.-F. -Ramuz 45Case postale, 1001 Lausanne+41 58 792 81 41 PwC and Consider Solutions are delighted to invite you to an executivejuergen.t.mueller@ch.pwc.com insight discussion on balancing risk management and operational performance on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 5:00 PM CET.PwCs Academy provides business Join us with other CFOs, Finance, Risk and Assurance Executives forleaders and managers like you with this 30 minute conversation, at your desk by webcast, on December 10.professional development resources andopportunities to build relationships. Moreat pwc.ch/academy As organisations strive for best in class operational performance and financial operations, we share some new insights and best practices that demonstrably harmonise an approach to both risk management and performance optimisation. For many years the twin objectives of optimising business performance, efficiency and speed & managing risk have required management to make a choice on a spectrum between maximum control and maximum performance. This has created a number of challenges for business leaders, CFOs particularly. New management thinking and recent experience now shows us that this conflict is based on flawed thinking. We need to refine our view of risk ad performance and use new techniques that drive towards the common goal of enhanced risk management and optimised performance. Based on joint experience, PwC and Consider Solutions executives will share what has been learned. The conversation, which you can connect to live, is between us - Jürgen Müller, Partner, PwC and Dan French, CEO, Consider Solutions Kind regards Jürgen Müller Dan French Partner CEO PwC Lausanne Consider Solutions